CSTADS

Students at Stonepark Intermediate will be asked to be a part of the 2018/2019 Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey (CSTADS) on Friday February 22nd. This survey will gather details about health and behaviours among youth. This project has been approved by the Public Schools Branch of the PEI Department of Education, Early Learning, and Culture, and by your school. CSTADS is funded by Health Canada.

CSTADS – Parent Information Letter

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Monday – Day 2

Leadership:
There will be a meeting for all new class reps on Thursday at reading period in the library. If you have not picked your new reps please do so today and let Ms. Poirier know.

Thank you to everyone who gave to the literacy and food challenge. Anthony Perry from Mr. Beaton’s class took home first prize! Hope you enjoy shopping at Indigo, Anthony!

For a limited time, there will be a free books area in the library for you to take a book home, if there are any left by the end of next week, we will donate them to the Literacy Alliance.

Boys Basketball:
Congratulations to the boys on going undefeated in winning our very own Paul Nogler Basketball Tournament and bringing the trophy back to Stonepark after a 2 year absent …. the Tournament started on Thursday with a 46-41 win over Summerside … scorers were Kalon MacDonald-Wood 19 points, Kallen Power 11 points, Owen Headley 9 points, Jakob Beairsto 3 points and Adrian Meiji and Aiden Maas with 2 each… player of the Game was Owen Headley…then on Friday in front of students and staff Kalon MacDonald-Wood scored a blistering school high 44 points in leading the boys to a win over Birchwood … also scoring were Kallen Power and Willis Bulger with 4 points and Owen Headley, Jakob Beairsto and Noah Stanley with 2 points each …player of the game was Kalon MacDonald-Wood ….. in the semi final they played Athena and came away with a 62-52 win … scoring for the team was Kalon MacDonald-Wood 25 points, Owen Headley 19 points, RJ Acorn 8 points, Kallen Power 5 points, Willis Bulger and Aiden Maas with 2 points and Adrian Meiji with 1 … player of the Game was Kallen Power…. then in the championship game they played a back and forth game against Queen Charlotte and came away with a hard fought overall team effort in a 54-51 win …. scorers were Kalon MacDonald-Wood 18 points, Kallen Power 15 points, Owen Headley 12 points, Willis Bulger 4 points, Adrian Meiji 3 points and Noah Stanley with 2 points … player of the Game was Willis Bulger.

Girls AA Basketball:
Once again it was a successful weekend of basketball for the Tigers, going 4 and 0 to pick up the Nogler championship here at Stonepark. Katie Vidito, Cassidy Hurley, Ava Sinnott and Lydia Doyle picked up player of the game awards during the tournament.

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Friday – Day 1

Band:
Jazz Band is canceled for today (Friday) and will be rescheduled.
A reminder to grade 9 band students that the first payment for the band trip is due today.  Please send an e-mail to Mrs. Peters today if you are not planning to travel with the band in May.  Details about the trip can be found on the band blog.

Leadership:
Leadership – all class reps will meet in the library at reading period today with your collection sheets and donations. Please, come get a box from Ms. Poirier in the morning, if you need one. Also, home room teachers are reminded to send Ms. Poirier your new class rep names. We will have our first meeting next week.

Lunch Times:
Students and staff are reminded that today (Friday) we will be switching the days for our early lunch. Grade 7 and 9 will be days 2,4,6 and Grade 8 will be 1,3,5

Changing Lockers:
Also, students will be flipping lockers from top to bottom today (Friday) as well.

Ski Club:
There is still a few spots left for next Wednesdays Feb 6th Ski Trip Please see Mr. Harkness for details

Lunch Time Soccer League of Champions:
We are looking for 3 – 6 more teams before we start the tournament.  Seeding Games will start Monday Feb 4th.

Girls AA Basketball:
In their opening game of the Nogler tournament the Tigers defeated Queen Charlotte 49-24.  Katie Vidito had a game high 15 points, Menna McCabe 8, Abby MacDonald and Cassidy Hurley 5 each, and Dara McCabe and Emily Griffin 4 each.  The girls play at 230 vs Birchwood and at 530 vs East Wiltshire.

Boys A Basketball:
The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team travelled to Morell on Thursday evening to play the Morell Marlins. Our boys got off to a great start and were up 14-8 after the first quarter and held on to a 24-21 lead at half time. In the 2nd half our Tigers continued to outscore the Marlins to win by a final score of 53-40. Scorers for Stonepark were: Ryan Cheverie with a season high (17 points), Simon Bernabe and Abdi Mohamud (12 points each), Matt Redmond (6 points), Connor Mosher (4 points) and Kyle Cotton (2 points). Top rebounders were Abdi Mohamud (13), Ryan Cheverie (8), Matt Redmond and Kyle Cotton (6 each). Our next practice in Monday from 3:00pm – 4:15pm and our next game is against Immanuel Christian on Tuesday at 5:00pm at Stonepark.

 

 

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Thursday – Day 6

Leadership:
Tomorrow is your last chance to bring in food and book donations for our challenge. Did you know up to 46% of Islanders struggle with literacy and numeracy skills? Having books in the home and reading to your younger family members can make a big difference. Food banks are busier in January and February on PEI; most Islanders spend more on heat and other bills making it difficult to budget for food. Every donation you make will impact someone in a positive way!
A reminder to students to let your teacher know if you are interested in taking over as your class rep, we will be switching this week.

Lunch Times:
Students and staff are reminded that tomorrow (Friday) we will be switching the days for our early lunch. Grade 7 and 9 will be days 2,4,6 and Grade 8 will be 1,3,5

Changing Lockers:
Also, students will be flipping lockers from top to bottom tomorrow (Friday) as well.

Lego Club:
Lego Club will meet today in Mrs. Richards’ room at lunch. All are welcome! Feel free to bring your lunch.

Ski Club:
There is still a few spots left for next Wednesdays Feb 6th Ski Trip Please see
Mr. Harkness for details

Lunch Time Soccer League of Champions:
We are looking for 3 – 6 more teams before we start the tournament.  Seeding Games will start Monday Feb 4th.

 

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Home and School meeting cancelled tonight

All after school activities have been cancelled by the Public Schools Branch, and as a result, tonight’s Home and School meeting is cancelled as well. It will be re-scheduled to a later time.

Thanks,

Stonepark Administration

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Wednesday – Day 5

***Due to the weather forecast and expected travelling conditions, all after school student related activities have been cancelled for Wednesday, January 30.

Lunch Times:
Students and staff are reminded that this Friday we will be switching the days for our early lunch. Grade 7 and 9 will be days 2,4,6 and Grade 8 will be 1,3,5

Changing Lockers:
Also, students will be flipping lockers from top to bottom on Friday as well.

Yearbook Committee:
The yearbook committee will be meeting today after school. The meeting will be in the library and will run to 430pm.

Coding Club:
The Coding Club will meet today at 12:20 in Mrs. Reynard’s room.

Girls A Basketball Team:
The girls A basketball team will NOT practice today. Please be ready to travel to Morell by bus tomorrow after school. The bus will leave Stonepark at 3:30 and you are asked to arrange to be picked up at stonepark when the bus returns.

Boys A Basketball:
The Stonepark Tigers Boys A Basketball Team hosted the Souris Spartans on Tuesday evening. Our boys got off to a great start and were up 12 -6 after the first quarter. Our Tigers were able to maintain their momentum in the 2nd quarter to lead 23-13 at half time. Souris outscored us 14-10 in the 3rd quarter to close the gap to 33-27. In the final quarter Stonepark picked up the pace and edged out their opponent 24-23 to win by a final score of 57-50. Scorers for Stonepark were: Simon Bernabe (17 points), Ryan Cheverie (15 points), Abdi Mohamud (11 points), Matt Redmond (5 points), Connor Mosher (4 points), Kyle Cotton (3 points) and Nathanael Rodgerson (2 points). Our next practice in this evening (Wednesday) from 6:30pm-8:15pm and our next game is against Morell Intermediate at Morell High School on Thursday at 5:00pm.

Boys AA Basketball:
After East Wiltshire going up 6-0 the boys scored the next 18 points and lead 21 – 8 after the 1st and 26 – 21 at the half … the boys stepped up their defense in the 3rd and outscored East Wiltshire 26 – 0 to go up 52 – 21 after 3 and finished with a 57 – 34 win … scoring for Stonepark was Kalon Macdonald-Wood 22 points, Willis Bulger 9 points, Kallen Power and Owen Headley with 6 points each, Jacob Bearisto 5 points, Adrian Meiji 4 points, Noah Stanley and RJ Acorn 2 points each and Anthony Macdonald with 1 points…. the boys will be playing in Stoneparks own Paul Nogler Tournament this weekend  with games Thursday at 7 versus SIS and Friday they will be playing Birchwood at 1 …Good Luck boys … .. go Tigers.

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Tuesday – Day 3

Ski Club:
The next ski trip is Wednesday February 6th.  There are 8 spots remaining if any students are interested please see Mr. Harkness

Lunchtime  Soccer League:
Please return team registration forms to Mr. Harkness by Thursday Jan 31.

Green Team:
Would the battery sorters please meet in the Multipurpose room at lunchtime today. The count needs to be done today.

Industrial Arts:
There will be extra help given in Industrial Arts (both sides)  today at 12:15 – please be on time.

Pascal Math:
There will be another Pascal math contest practice session this morning in Mr. Rooney’s room during first period.  Please advise your first period teacher.

Needlecraft Club:
Needlecraft Club happens today at 12:15 in the library.  Ms. Dockendorff and Mrs. Richards look forward to seeing you there.

 

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Monday – Day 3

Cafeteria:
Whatever is in the kitchen cupboards

Literacy & Food Challenge:
A reminder that the literacy and food challenge will happen all week. Declutter your bookshelf and your cupboards, while doing something good for your community, too. Remember, all students and staff are eligible. Students and homeroom teachers bring your donations to your class reps, all other staff can come see Ms. Poirier.

Band:
A reminder to grade 7 band students that this week’s full band rehearsal will be held tomorrow
(Tuesday) from 12:35-1:15 pm.  Please see Mrs. Peters before the rehearsal (please
don’t send a friend!) if you cannot attend for any reason.
Extra help for band students will be held on Wednesday this week from 3:00-4:15.
Students may also come in at that time to record playing tests.
A sign up sheet for Grade 8 Saxophone and Grade 8 Bass Clarinet auditions will
be posted in Google Classroom tomorrow (Tuesday).

Congratulations to the members of the 2019 PEI Intermediate Honours Band.  There were 115 students in the band this year, representing 16 Island Intermediate
Schools. The band members spent many, many hours rehearsing over the weekend
under the direction of guest conductor Ardith Haley.  On Saturday afternoon they
enjoyed a private concert by the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy. The
Honours Band concert on Sunday afternoon at the Delta Prince Edward was an
amazing finale to a weekend of fun, friendship, music and learning.  The 14
outstanding Stonepark representatives in the Honours Band this year were:
Ajit Balasundaram, Daelin Ross, Marissa Judson, Alexis MacKinnon, Jack MacFadyen,
Jayme-Lynn McIsaac, Anna Blanchard, Thomas Basso, Zoe Stewart, Sedef Altinok, Ifra
Zaidi, Sadie Ghiz, Ali MacNeill, and Julia Stavert.

The FOCUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE!
Climate Change Video Contest invites students (individually or in teams of up to 5 members) to use their imagination and video-making skills to make a short film (maximum 5 minutes) about climate change Focus Climate Change:. The contest is open to students in Grades 8-12. Students may submit videos in English or French or without dialogue at all (see our creative video examples on our site). Full details are available on our website at: https://kimberley-foundation.org/focus-main-page/.

There are great prizes to be won.
* $5,000 Grand Prize + $2,500 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Technical Realization Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Creativity Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Communication of Science / Social Impact Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* The 4 winners (individuals or teams) will walk the red carpet with their video publicly
screened in Vancouver, BC in May 2019 (Travel to the Vancouver screening by award
winners is included as part of the prize package).
* The prize given to the school of each winning team/individual must be used towards
arts, sciences or library acquisitions.

Our website has a dedicated Learn About Climate Change section dedicated to facts, websites, organizations, and innovations in the area of climate change and mitigation efforts that we hope can serve as a useful learning resource. We also host an amazing Student Film Library of climate change films produced by students last year. From stop animation to live action to narrative and documentary, there is diverse selection of inspiring, thought provoking and informative films. For your information, the Kimberley Foundation is a charitable not-for-profit organization registered in the Province of British Columbia whose aim to support unique, self-directed learning experiences that will help change the world.

Lunchtime Intramurals:
No intramurals today because of Assembly

Lunch Time Soccer League:
Any students interested in putting a team in 2019 LSL –  please see Mr. Harkness, Noor or Izzy

Basketball Camp:
Will be running this year starting Saturday, March 30th/2019 at East Wiltshire Intermediate School. There will be 8 sessions, each session will be 1 hour and consist of drills and skills followed by a game. The cost of the program will be $40 with limited space available. Registration will be Saturday, February 23 (10am – 12 noon) at East Wiltshire Intermediate School. Storm date registration: Saturday, March 2nd (10am – 12 noon).  You can add see Mrs. Steele for more information.

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Friday – Day 2

Cafeteria:
Whatever is in the kitchen cupboards

Band:
The PEI Intermediate Honours Band weekend begins tonight at 5:15 at Queen   Charlotte. The concert will be held at on Sunday, January 27th at 2:00 p.m. at the Delta.
There will be an Honours Band rehearsal and meeting today at 12:35.
Grade 7 Band rehearsal will be held on Tuesday from 12:35-1:15 for next week only.

Off Grounds Lunch Time:
Reminder to students who are traveling off school grounds at lunch time,  please use sidewalks when walking to other establishments, if you have to walk on the road due to ice build up on a sidewalk, please use caution and keep out of the lane of traffic.

The FOCUS ON CLIMATE CHANGE!
Climate Change Video Contest invites students (individually or in teams of up to 5 members) to use their imagination and video-making skills to make a short film (maximum 5 minutes) about climate change Focus Climate Change:. The contest is open to students in Grades 8-12. Students may submit videos in English or French or without dialogue at all (see our creative video examples on our site). Full details are available on our website at: https://kimberley-foundation.org/focus-main-page/.

There are great prizes to be won.
* $5,000 Grand Prize + $2,500 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Technical Realization Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Creativity Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* $2,500 Best Communication of Science / Social Impact Prize + $2,000 to the school*
* The 4 winners (individuals or teams) will walk the red carpet with their video publicly
screened in Vancouver, BC in May 2019 (Travel to the Vancouver screening by award
winners is included as part of the prize package).
* The prize given to the school of each winning team/individual must be used towards
arts, sciences or library acquisitions.

Our website has a dedicated Learn About Climate Change section dedicated to facts, websites, organizations, and innovations in the area of climate change and mitigation efforts that we hope can serve as a useful learning resource. We also host an amazing Student Film Library of climate change films produced by students last year. From stop animation to live action to narrative and documentary, there is diverse selection of inspiring, thought provoking and informative films. For your information, the Kimberley Foundation is a charitable not-for-profit organization registered in the Province of British Columbia whose aim to support unique, self-directed learning experiences that will help change the world.

Crime Stoppers:
P.E.I. Crime Stoppers art contest will focus on the Pink Shirt Campaign. We are asking students to promote awareness, understanding and openness about the problem of bullying and to commit to standing up against bullying.  Students who wish to compete should submit a design for the 2020 PEI Pink Shirt.  The design should: reflect an anti-bullying message. First prize is an Android Tablet or $500. Please see Mrs. Wilson in the art room for details.

Grade 9 Grad Pictures:
Lifetouch will be here to take grad photos today (Friday) in the cafeteria. Dress shirts and ties are provided to wear for the pictures. All students need to have this picture taken, but are not required to purchase them.

Basketball Camp:
Will be running this year starting Saturday, March 30th/2019 at East Wiltshire Intermediate School. There will be 8 sessions, each session will be 1 hour and consist of drills and skills followed by a game. The cost of the program will be $40 with limited space available. Registration will be Saturday, February 23 (10am – 12 noon) at East Wiltshire Intermediate School. Storm date registration: Saturday, March 2nd (10am – 12 noon).  You can add see Mrs. Steele for more information.

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SAS Auto-Notification is Now Working

As many of you have likely experienced, SAS auto-notification is now functioning once again. Thank you to those who inquired about a username and password which allows you access to the SAS site and gives a broader view of your child’s subjects.

If you do not have your SAS username and password, please email stonepark@edu.pe.ca

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